Shelving. Monday , April 03rd , 2017 - 23:07:08 PM
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It helps if your story fits in with the theme f the session. Therefore, any tale activitie on the same concept can improve your message. You mght want to pause and play a bref sport r sing a song. learn Colors play doh Poppin are great throghout story tims if related to the story and concept. They truly assist to involve the children. Yo can even borrow a tune and include you personal words- yu don't have to be a expert musician to do this as kids are fairly forgi'ing! When interspersed with shot activities in this way, a story can be much longer than if it is simply ust told al... in 1 go.
You always want to make sure to put things on shelves that are light unless you have one that is reinforced. If you feel that there is a slightest give to the shelve when you put something on it then you should not have this item or items on it. Also you should never put shelves above where you sleep or above a changing table or baby crib. Doing so could result in injuries in case the shelves were to fall.
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